No Glory by the Eagle Rock Gospel Singers compares favorably to 1960’s African-American Gospel treasures.
Preview London Southern by Jim Lauderdale. London Southern by Jim Lauderdale If we Brits need a test of our Americana credentials, a top rated US artist recording an album here must rank highly. London Southern, mostly recorded with Nick Lowe’s band at Goldtop Studio in London, is a beautifully polished collection of songs that reflects Jim […]
Ghost On The Car Radio is a fine release with exceptional tunes, lyrics that narrow the distance between hope and reality, and maybe a little Country Rock.
Transient Lullaby by The Mastersons keeps their beautifully intertwined harmonies, wry lyrics and musical dexterity.
He’s the plot to an improbable American archetypal rebel movie…
The Nashville Sound by Jason Isbell & The 400 Unit is full of penetrating lyrics and righteous music.
This is not a record of covers that radically reframe the original. Rather, it is a joyous and subtle re-reading of the originals
God’s Problem Child by Willie Nelson is by no means an honourable slide into retirement, but his best for a couple of decades.
Jim Keaveny is the ideal musician to pull up a bar stool with.
Shannon McNally brings her elegant, effortless and silky tones to her first release, Black Irish, since 2013. It’s good to have her back.